Five virtual activities to enjoy this weekend
Lockdown level two has forced us to come up with creative and interesting activities from the comfort of our homes. It can be daunting looking for ideas, but we’ve got you covered.
Here are five things you can take part in virtually and safely.
This is a great habit to start or pick back up in order to bring calm to your life, especially at a time like this. If you need some extra guidance to get started, try a meditation app.
Now that we're mostly at home, it's time to get creative in the kitchen! Check out these 30-minute recipes for quick, delicious meals and when you're ready to step it up a notch, try checking out gourmet recipes to satisfy all of your cravings.
Learn a new language
Ever wanted to learn Spanish or French or Mandarin, but never had the time? Well, now you probably have a lot more time on your hands. Try Duolingo and learn something new this year or make it your 2021 goal to learn a new language.
Have a virtual cocktail party with your friends and create creative concoctions that you’ve never tried before! You can find recipes here.
Teach your kids (or yourself!) about history
If you’re feeling more cerebral, you can take the time to teach your kids—or yourself—a few facts about Ontario’s history. This site covers a range of topics, including Black Canadian history, conflict and change, wartime, politics, geography, women’s history and more.
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